Cahoot PPI Claims

Cahoot PPI ClaimsCahoot bank which provides the full online banking service and other financial services including home insurance, mobile banking and credit card services is now part of the Santander banking group.

It seems to be very difficult to find out any information on the official website regarding Cahoot PPI claims in which there are thousands of people who are owed a considerable amount of money due to being mis-sold payment protection insurance from Cahoot banking.

Because Cahoot is now part of Santander it can be difficult to find out where you go to claim for mis-sold PPI the first thing you should do is check your loan statements, to see if your credit agreement was with Cahoot banking as many retail shops used Cahoot as a credible finance loan company.

There are many people who are searching for Cahoot flex loan PPI claims that relate to a certain type of repayment loan that is linked with a mis-sold PPI, many people do not even know that they are paying back extra money on top of their loan agreement whether it is related to a outstanding credit card payment or loan because many payment protection insurance policies were simply added on automatically without the consumer even knowing that this extra premium is being bolted on at extra cost.

How To Claim Back A Cahoot PPI Policy?

You have probably searched online to find out the best way of contacting Cahoot in relation to an outstanding PPI claim, it seems to be tricky to find an official Cahoot PPI claim contact address which is of course required for you to get your claim started.

It is recommended that you get in contact with Santander who can properly advise you the best course of action and forward you the proper contact information for you to find out whether you have been wrongly sold a Cahoot PPI claim.

If you are not satisfied with the response you are getting from Santander or Cahoot then you can get in touch with the FSA or financial ombudsman who can fight your claim for you and certainly give you extra information on Cahoot who were clearly in breach of UK regulations concerning mis sold PPI.

There should be a simple form for you to fill out where you can enter all your details concerning the loan or credit card agreement that have the PPI reference on it, as long as you have ample proof that you were mis-sold a Cahoot PPI to there should be no problem in you claiming back all the money and extra interest on top of Santander/Cahoot must pay back to you.

You can always hire the services of a claims management company, you have probably seen several TV adverts on daytime TV and in the evenings where they will approach Cahoot banking for you and take on your case in order for you to get a full refund on the mis-sold PPI.

You must remember that these companies do not work for free and you will be liable to pay the PPI claims company a certain percentage of your final amount so it might be best for you to perform a DIY PPI claim against Cahoot if you want to receive the full amount of money owing to you.